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Travel | Portugal – Enduro style in the Serra de Sintra

While searching for a new riding destination in the southern climes, I stumbled across Portugals Serra de Sintra. Just a few kilometres east of the capital Lisbon, this mountainous forest area is a protected natural park that promises incredible trails spread across a breathtaking landscape, with sea views to top it all off. The host Read more…

Save the Date | Pioneer 7 Day Mountain Bike Event, New Zealand

The Pioneer was officially launched today in Christchurch, an audacious seven-day mountain bike stage race for elites and amateurs alike that takes riders (in teams of two) through the best of New Zealand’s spectacular landscape along trails that few ever get to enjoy, following in the footsteps of New Zealand’s early explorers. The Pioneer will Read more…

Video | Rob J Heran Rides “The Mine” in Kentucky

Canyon and ION sponsored rider Rob Heran ust came back from a somewhat unusual trip for the off season, instead of flying to NZ, South America or somewhere else warm, it took them to freezing cold Kentucky, here’s the story. We haven´t been the first ones underground but everyone else seemed to have turned a Read more…

Throwback Thursday | ENDURO Staff First Bikes

Heavy hardtails, V-brakes, stair drops, questionable fashion, these are some of the classic symbols of our cherished biking memories. We may ride the latest and greatest bikes now, but we had humble beginnings too. Below you’ll find a collection of old photos of our first mountain bikes and riding shots. Mainly, the point at which Read more…

Interview | Andi Wittmann goes Enduro

From freeride-pro to enduro racer… is that possible? Andi Wittmann wants to rise to the challenge. He’s got a license for the upcoming season in order to enter multiple races, but what does it mean for your training plan when seconds win races not big jumps? Andi has chosen time-proven methods and is preparing for Read more…

Save the Date | Enduro de Giromagny, France

2015, the year of maturity! For the 4th edition of the Enduro de Giromagny, the frenchies from Giromagny will offer you a magic potion of highly-concentrated, sweet and flowy singletrack. Your journey will be intense: 5 stages and 1400m of elevation in the Vosges mountains, the soul of enduro! You will ride a mix of Read more…

First Look | The New Adidas Eyewear Evil Eye Evo Pro

Ok, I’ll admit it: I can be a bit impatient. Even as a child, I needed to have everything straight away. And this is a mindset that hasn’t changed much over time, causing many a spontaneous purchase – often going unused. At last year’s Eurobike there was a certain product that caught my eye, one Read more…

News | Preview of LAST’s New Enduro Bike

As the successor to HERB 160, LAST introduces the preview of the new, 650b wheel-optimized, enduro bike. In addition to the new wheel size, there are numerous innovations and consequent enhancements of well-proven features. Kinematic concept The frame relies on the same, successful kinematic suspension concept as the predecessors HERB 160 and HERB AM to Read more…

Save the Date | Welsh Enduro Series 2015

Mike Marsden of Borderline Events and Adrian Bradley of Antur Stiniog are proud to bring you The 2105 Welsh Enduro Series. The events will be held in the heart of Snowdonia, and in 3 of North Wales’ iconic Trail Centres, Coed y Brenin, The Marin Trail, and Penmachno. There will be 3 timed stages per Read more…

Back Issue | Commencal Meta AM V4 “A La Carte” Review

For the coming season, Commencal have completely re-worked their proven, but somewhat aging META AM — and the result is the brand-new META AM V4 bike. Along with the neon yellow colour, the first thing you notice on the META AM V4 is the top tube shock mount. The rear shock sits in a kind Read more…

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